Paper print. Turn of 20th century motion picture. Tunnel workers in New York, United States. A dramatization depicts: a construction foreman and his family seated at a table having a meal. The foreman gets up and leaves. A woman gives a cap to her daughter and kisses her. A superintendent arrives at a window. He meets the foreman's daughter and wife. The foreman watches them and shouts. The woman and the girl weep. Workers work in a tunnel under a river. They bring construction material and pile it. The workers leave the tunnel. The foreman and the superintendent fight. A smoke column rises from a blast. A worker shouts and calls others. The workers come and open chamber gate. A worker shouts for help. Other workers remove stones and rescue the superintendent. They carry the wounded superintendent and beat the foreman. The wounded foreman rests on a bed in his house. His wife opens the door for a doctor. The doctor treats the wounded foreman. The superintendent using crutches to walk comes and asks the foreman to forgive him.
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